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Commonplace studio, lumière

The Lumière Pendant Lamp appropriates contemporary projector technology while paying homage to the pioneers of the medium. The double meaning of Lumière – referring to both the French word for light and the inventors who popularised modern cinema – reflects its dual function. Acting alone, each lamp lights up through the projection of moving images on the inner surface of the glass bulb. Acting in multiples they orchestrate into a cinematic spectacle.

2013 DESIGNMIAMI/ DESIGNER OF THE FUTURE

About Commonplace studio

Commonplace Studio is the Netherlands-based design practice of Jon Stam and Simon de Bakker, whose work focuses on context driven objects, quality craftsmanship and quiet interactions. The studio frames autobiographical content, while addressing contemporary issues such as the increasing lack of tactility and other challenges posed by the digital. Commonplace Studio works in both an autonomous and commercial context. Their works have been showcased during events such as Design Miami, Milan, Manifesta, and at Sotheby's. In 2013 the Studio was awarded the Designers of the Future Award at Design Miami/ Basel.

chandelier, 1 — s

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chandelier, 1 — m

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chandelier, 28 — s

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sconce, 9 — m

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sconce, 12 — m

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sconce, 1 — m

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sconce, 1 — l

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sconce, 3 — m

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